The Promised Land
Easy To Love You
New Minglewood Blues
Lost Sailor ->
Saint Of Circumstance ->
Greatest Story Ever Told
Ship Of Fools
Estimated Prophet ->
Eyes Of The World ->
Not Fade Away ->
Black Peter ->
Around And Around
Nakamichi 300 -> Cassette Master -> Dat -> CD (shnid=9973) supplies:
The Promised Land (0:00 - 0:27)
Peggy-O (4:06 - 4:17)
Minglewood Blues (1:28 - 2:17)
Estimated Prophet (10:36 - end of track)
Eyes Of The World (0:00 - 8:43)
-- Set 2 is seamless
-- Thanks to Rob Eaton for lending me his Dats
-- Thanks to Joe B. Jones for his help with the pitch correction
September 30, 2014 Subject:
Of course this is the first Easy to Love You and St. of Circumstance, but lost in all of that is that this is also the first time that Brent plays Cassidy and Dire Wolf.
I'd like to believe that it is at this moment that the idea for the 1980 acoustic shows germinates in their heads. Maybe it's Brent's tone...
March 30, 2014 Subject:
Myself I would rather listen to an aud tape of almost any show, yet there are not any clear ones for this one. that said there are a few fun things about this show. In Lose during 1st verse Jerry sings " I can tell the ACE of diamonds by the way she shines " Rather then the standard Queen of diamonds. This is the very 1st St of Circumstance that makes it fun also. Due to the lyrics in the beginning of its birth. Also rite after Althea can hear someone saying lets play something harder? or something not so hard?
Listening to shakedown now not a bad show just not a HIGHLIGHT unless maybe someone's 1st show.
December 3, 2013 Subject:
Sign of what's to come
All good up to Easy to Love You. Not my favorite, nor anyone's favorite for all I know. It seems to be a sign of the upcoming 80's decade, plus more of Brent's finest work. Not the best Saint of Circumstance I've ever heard either. Ah, turn it up and enjoy, these are our boys!
April 16, 2013 Subject:
Ain't No time to hate
Ain't no time to hate man
August 31, 2011 Subject:
3.2; Go to Heaven later! For now, Hit the Garage!
Good recording, the patches aren't bad, pretty standard EQing necessary.
The show: All the new tunes needed more practice, and they played too many of them, which hurt what would probably otherwise have been a stellar performance. Awesome renditions of Dire Wolf, Peggy-O and Shakedown, with an absolutely killer jam after Drums leading into a spectacular Not Fade. On the down side, I HATE it when I hear Eyes rushed like this...and like it ususally was during this time period and for a while after. All in all, an OK show.
October 21, 2009 Subject:
ya did it again
another great miller show. one i wss lucky enough to be at. bobby was in great voice and almost stole the show. a very nice el paso. i think i'll be leaving thank you notes to you all over the archives. i wish i had found this place sooner and had been able to download 1968-02-14-carousel. that is my favorite dead period. i looked at one of those sights that pop up every time you do a music search thought i would buy it. but they want between $60- & $75- dollars for road trip 2. retired - fixed income - can't afford it. so it goes. any way thanks for this one and so many others. for a while i was back in glens falls, half way up on the jerry side. WOW! then got all misty eyed knowing i would never hear jerry play again.